Shock, Horror. A JimmyJane toy that I don’t actually hate. What has happened? Why is the world upside down? But let’s not get too ahead of ourselves; I don’t hate it… but I don’t exactly love it either.
My previous experience with JimmyJane was an absolute disaster. And truthfully, it seems amongst most of the blogging community, JimmyJane (who are owned by Pipedream) have a bit of a reputation for producing products that are overpriced and under-powered. To be fair, the Ascend was a huge let down. I honestly thought there was potential but… no.
When I was trying to choose something to review for SheVibe; my eyes were instantly drawn to this rabbit vibrator. I’ve been a firm believer for a long time, that rabbit vibes don’t need to be marketed purely towards those who have a clitoris. The typical rabbit vibe has a basic shape that doesn’t look too unlike a prostate vibrator. And this one, the JimmyJane G-Rabbit Waterproof Flexible Vibrator definitely looked like it would work. So I added it to my request list, and just a week or so later, it arrived. So let’s not waste any more time…
The packaging for what is, I guess, supposed to be a luxury vibrator, is a bit.. meh. Flimsy cardboard box and an even flimsier plastic tray on the inside, holding the vibe. Still, it’s nice to see it’s not plastered with semi-naked models etc. It still maintains a little bit of class. The G-Rabbit is made from body-safe silicone, and is designed to be incredibly flexible (and squishy!). The shaft of the vibrator can move in almost any direction, allowing you to angle it in the right position for you. The ‘clitoral’ arm also has a degree of flex to it. The handle is rounded, making it surprisingly comfortable to hold, but does only have the one button of control.
It’s waterproof and offers up to 2 hours of playtime on a single charge. There are 10 modes of vibration; 3 constant speeds and then 7 patterns (that also alternate in speed). The silicone is very soft, and has a nice amount of silkiness; it doesn’t feel too draggy. It’s still a dust magnet, and there is a very noticeable seam (visually) running around the entire toy. It almost ruines the visual aesthethic of the toy, but as I can’t really ‘feel’ it; I can let it slide. I’m just being nitpicky now.
The G-Rabbit is powered by 2 ‘powerful’ Japanese motors; on in the tip of the shaft, and the other in the clitoral arm. Are they powerful? Well, too some extent, yes. They are certainly a little stronger than I was expecting them to be, especially after the weakness of the Ascend. But here, yeah; there’s an OK amount of power. But are they rumbly? Well, again… sort of. I certainly wouldn’t call the vibrations ‘buzzy’, but they are not really the rumbliest either. They sort of fall in the middle of the spectrum. But I have to admit, whilst the vibrations weren’t as strong as say… the Backdoor Rabbit; I thought they were comparable in power to the old G4 motors from Fun Factory. At least, that’s how it felt to me.
As for use, well, it was an absolute breeze. The shape of the shaft is very similar to my LELO Loki, so with a good coating of lubricant, the shaft of the G-Rabbit slips inside quite easily. The clitoral hump has a decent length on it as well, so when it’s pressed up against my perineum, it rests just below my testicles. Of course, as with all products like this, it is a little awkward trying to change the pattern, but it’s made easier (in some respects) by the fact there is only one button. The patterns are alright. They aren’t anything wonderful. Just your typical mixture of pulses and waves. I do always prefer the standard ‘constant’ settings. They just seem to work better for me.
The G-Rabbit was fairly comfortable as well; the flexible silicone meant I could move into almost any position, and it still felt pleasant, and the tip of the shaft never lost contact with my prostate. Did it give me the coveted prostate orgasm? Eh, not really. I definitely need something with a bit more ‘power’ and the G-Rabbit is just missing like, an extra speed or two. I reckon with just a bit more power, this actually would have hit the spot perfectly. But for me, it had me teetering on the edge for ages, but never quite pushed me over the brink. I definitely needed additional stimulation elsewhere to finally achieve orgasm.
Clean-up and Maintenance
The G-Rabbit is fully waterproof, so clean-up is as simple as rinsing with warm water and a good antibacterial soap (especially after anal use). Remember to thoroughly rinse and dry before storing away. Unfortunately, you don’t get a storage bag or anything with the G-Rabbit (which is a shame; they should come as standard, really). With that in mind, just be ready to give it a good rinse when you want to use it again, as it is very much a dust and pug hair magnet.
So I said at the beginning, I don’t actually hate it. I do think it’s a fairly decent vibrator with some decent power attached to it, and the flexible silicone makes for a comfortable experience. But I don’t love it either; I do wish the vibrations were a little rumblier, and had maybe like, an extra speed or something? The single button interface is both a blessing and a curse; It does mean a lot of cycling through patterns to find what you want, so I guess I should be grateful there were only 10?! I suppose, I could be using the G-Rabbit as a warm up, for the more exciting things (i’m looking at you SenseVibe). But as a stand alone toy, it just doesn’t quite offer me everything I need.
Where to Buy
The JimmyJane G-Rabbit Waterproof Flexible Vibrator was sent to us free of charge in exchange for an honest review by SheVibe. This does not affect our experience or opinions of this or any other product we receive for review. Affiliate links have been used in this post.
The Lowdown | JimmyJane G-Rabbit Waterproof Flexible Vibrator
Pros: Totally safe (and flexible) for anal use, comfortable, dual motors for dual stimulation, decent power and patterns.
Cons: Vibrations are a little on the tame side, could have done with maybe an extra power level or two.
Bottom Line: I cannot comment on how great this is for vaginal/clitoral stim, but I found it did make a fairly pleasant and comfortable prostate toy; it’s just slightly under-powered for my liking. It’s the support act, rather than the headliner.